Bronze castings

Our revolutionary method of producing the casting patterns directly from a CAD design, together with the traditional skills of our bronze founders, guarantees the finest possible resolution of detail in our finished castings. The creative process can be freed by removing some of the traditional obstacles and uncertainties associated with the hand-crafted interpretation of a design into a casting pattern. This process ensures your vision is realized from inspiration right down to the finished, exquisite detail. However no matter how clever technology becomes, we believe there will always be the need to produce traditional hand carved patterns and we work closely with craftsmen who are experts in this field.

Personalised design

Using the latest 3D modelling software, you can visualize the finished product before committing to the casting. The moulds for the casting are produced directly via CAD/CAM process, eliminating the intermediate time-consuming and variable process of hand carving patterns.

Finish and patinas.

The aesthetic quality of Bronze is special even in its natural state but when fully patinated it has a quality that is timeless. There is a choice of patinas that can be applied to our bronze castings including an aged antique bronze which is waxed and polished. The maintenance of these finishes is straightforward and details are supplied with the castings.

Bronze Casting

CAD design of bronze casting panel

Cast Bronze tree Grilles

Whatever your requirement is for bronze castings please contact us to discuss in more detail.

Latest News

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Work on the restoration work for the Natural History Museum in London goes on…and on… and on.

Installation of the first batch of gates. railings and lanterns has now been completed and back to their former glory. Hope you like the colour, Who said ironwork should be black anyway. still no rest on … READ MORE

October 2017

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Adding a bit of colour to Halifax Market.

The first 4 pairs of Gates are now back on the indoor market in Halifax. 4 more pairs to go. This will keep Phil busy for a while. Thumbs up to whoever chose the blue … READ MORE

October 2017